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For only 3 days, Cebu Pacific is offering one-peso seats to Hong Kong, Tokyo, Boracay if you’re flying from these 5 airports

Cebu Pacific is holding a special Piso Seat Sale from today, March 20, to March 23 for travelers from Clark, Visayas and Mindanao. Only those flying from these five airports—Cebu, Clark, Davao, Iloilo and Zamboanga—can get this offer.

Travelers can fly to popular domestic destinations such as Boracay, Bacolod, Iloilo, Siargao and Zamboanga, and international destinations such as Tokyo, Taipei, Macau and Bangkok, among others. Taxes and other charges are not included in the P1 one-way base fare.  Travel period is from June 1 to September 30.

View of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers from The Peak.

Celebrating its 27th anniversary this month, Cebu Pacific is offering different kinds of sale to travelers. Last week, it was a P99 peso sale (base fare) for three days, followed by a P499 sale.    

CEB flew its maiden flight from Manila to Cebu on March 8, 1996. Since then, the airline has made it its mission to enable every Juan to fly by offering affordable and accessible flights and continuously ramping up its network.

Cebu Pacific celebrated the milestone by holding a special anniversary gathering at NUSTAR Resort and Casino in Cebu City. CEB is set to exceed its Cebu hub’s pre-pandemic network and capacity which will hit 129% in June, as the airline raises to 28 its combined domestic and international routes operating in Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA).

Boracay sunset. Sale period is from March 20 to 23, travel from June 1 to Sept. 30.

CEB will start operating direct flights between Cebu and Taipei daily starting June 23, increasing its network from MCIA to a total of 23 domestic and 5 international destinations. CEB will also ramp up its flight frequencies to 11 of its destinations from Cebu.

Starting on March 26, flights from Cebu will increase their capacity weekly, including to Butuan, 28x weekly; to Caticlan 25x; Bacolord and Sirago, 21x; Dumaguete and Legazpi, 14x; General Santos 11x; Surigao 10x; Incheon 7x. Starting May 5, it will fly to Clark 17x weekely and to Puerto Princesa 14x.

 The new and resumed flights from Cebu as well as the additional frequencies are expected to increase the total number of seats by 21%, or 76,000 more seats per month.

Cebu Pacific Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer Candice Iyog (center) with Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Charles Co, Department of Tourism (DOT) Central Office Director Judilyn Quiachon, Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Riza Macaibay of DOT Region 7, and Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Association of Cebu president Alfred Reyes.

“Cebu Pacific is proud to have its largest base outside Manila in one of the best airports in Asia. We are excited to further expand our Cebu hub to connect more travelers to some of the world’s best beaches and islands,” said Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer.

To support this expansion, CEB will increase its Cebu hub’s fleet to 13, with 2 additional aircraft to be based at MCIA. The added aircraft are on top of the 10 new Airbus NEO aircraft that will be delivered in 2023 to expand the airline’s entire fleet.

The airline previously announced that it would operate direct flights from Cebu to Naga starting March 26 and resume flights to Hong Kong and Narita from Cebu on March 26 and May 1, respectively.

CEB currently flies to 34 domestic and 25 international destinations, spanning across Asia, Australia and the Middle East. For the piso seat sale for Visayas and Mindanao travelers, book here.